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AMR and Indexing is it worth the time?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by blindboy, Oct 11, 2011.

  1. blindboy

    blindboy Junior Member

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    Over the past 2 weeks I've been compiling AMR lists and sending out articles. I haven't bothered sending out 50 at a time, I just blast away. So far I've had great success at getting my articles approved and live, but they are not getting indexed by Google?

    I have been uploading them to Linklicious and have been blasting with Scrapebox, but no real joy. The odd one gets indexed but not on any real scale. I have also book marked them 3 or 4 times!

    Oh and I've pinged them!

    What are you guys doing? Do I just need to wait and let Google decide to index them on it's own? Fire and Forget!

    Are my activities causing them not to get indexed? Am I sending alarm bells?
     
  2. seoguy81

    seoguy81 Power Member

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    Would like to hear other user's views on this as I just purchased AMR and starting on article marketing
     
  3. xPWN1t

    xPWN1t Regular Member

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    Try Lindexed, I love it.
     
  4. blindboy

    blindboy Junior Member

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    BUT does it work? I don't mind spending money if it works.
     
  5. seoguy81

    seoguy81 Power Member

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    Its priced at $17.97.. could give it a try, but it seems to be more or less the same as linklicious which is a bit more cheaper at $14.50... ???
     
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  7. blindboy

    blindboy Junior Member

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    I have just finished reading your post. Sounds good, so to clarify you:

    Step 1. Submit main article to directories
    Step 2. Wait for links to be approved
    Step 3. Submit a new article with approved spun links in the resource box

    I am going to give this ago, but surely if the first one does get indexed why would the second?
     
  8. jdizzle

    jdizzle Registered Member

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    it too am a lindexed customer. If you are a BHW member you can get lindexed for $9.99 :cool:

    however regarding what the op said i am still having trouble indexing too.

    I only get one html/rss/xml link with all my urls off lindexed and im sure it says somwhere they only display 100 urls per page. So this leaves me without a link to promote the rest of my urls?

    This confused me about my indexing problems leaving me unsure whether it was the lindexed service or not.
     
  9. Rmiller

    Rmiller Regular Member

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    You arent doing anything wrong. The issue is with the directory list. Most of the article directories arent indexed by google so our articles.

    We can only do is we have to search for the directories which are regularly visited by google to index content. I hope this way can help us out and I request my fellow BHW members to share such lists if you have any.
     
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    balsagoth007 Elite Member

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    First of all, you have to clean your list and remove all de-indexed directories. A great number is actually de-indexed. Then start your indexing efforts.
     
  11. blindboy

    blindboy Junior Member

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    I have been cleaning my list over the past 2 weeks. All my sites are indexed by google. I now have 2,465 directories (all indexed) that I have successfully registered on. On a normal blast I am getting 600 to 800 approved articles.

    I am going to start playing with spin rates and try what Abstroose has suggested.
     
  12. Dan Da Man

    Dan Da Man Elite Member Premium Member

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    How do you clean your lists? Do you go in one by one?
     
  13. blindboy

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    Export the list, import into scrapebox: remove dead sites, remove de-indexed sites, remove site infected by malware or viruses, etc.
     
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  14. crackpie

    crackpie Registered Member

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    I think AMR links are worth less and less these days. Even if they do get indexed the value of the links is debatable. Better off just using mechanical turk or an Indian VA to submit to quality directories regularly for you for a few dollars.
     
  15. GoogleAlchemist

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    Wow nice, you have 800 autoapproves that are actually still indexed in G?

    I only get about 160 that fit that bill...if you would be willing to trade for something that would be great, or I would be glad to pay.